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Luciana Debenedetti, Jeffrey Mosenkis, Rachel Strohm
October 21, 2021
In this newest installment of our RECOVR Roundup series, we are sharing new findings and analysis from the RECOVR Research Hub and from our partner organizations, as well as links on what is happening in the Social Protection landscape in response...
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Luciana Debenedetti, Jeffrey Mosenkis, Rachel Strohm
October 08, 2021
In this newest installment of our RECOVR Roundup series, we are sharing new findings and analysis from the RECOVR Research Hub and from our partner organizations, as well as links on what is happening in the Social Protection landscape in response...
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Rafe Mazer
September 30, 2021
Two recent areas of research raise important questions about how development funds (especially grant funds) should—or perhaps should not—be used to support private sector actors going forward. From my perspective, I worry that the financial...
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Suleiman Asman, Claudia Casarotto, Annie Duflo, Radha Rajkotia
September 28, 2021
We believe that making research more locally grounded by increasing the engagement of researchers from the countries where our research activities are taking place will likely lead to more policy-relevant and impactful studies. We can make this...
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Luciana Debenedetti, Jeffrey Mosenkis, Rachel Strohm
September 23, 2021
In this newest installment of our RECOVR Roundup series, we are sharing new findings and analysis from the RECOVR Research Hub and from our partner organizations, as well as links on what is happening in the Social Protection landscape in response...
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Heidi McAnnally-Linz
September 10, 2021
After almost ten years leading policy and external relations at IPA, I am transitioning to lead the MacMillan Center at Yale this week. Wherever I am, whatever I am doing, I will be a forever advocate for IPA and our mission to measurably improve...
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Luciana Debenedetti, Jeffrey Mosenkis, Rachel Strohm
September 09, 2021
In this newest installment of our RECOVR Roundup series, we are sharing new findings and analysis from the RECOVR Research Hub and from our partner organizations, as well as links on what is happening in the Social Protection landscape in response...
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Luciana Debenedetti, Jeffrey Mosenkis, Rachel Strohm
August 26, 2021
In this newest installment of our RECOVR Roundup series, we are sharing new findings and analysis from the RECOVR Research Hub and from our partner organizations, as well as links on what is happening in the Social Protection landscape in response...
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Luciana Debenedetti, Jeffrey Mosenkis, Rachel Strohm
August 12, 2021
In this newest installment of our RECOVR Roundup series, we are sharing new findings and analysis from the RECOVR Research Hub and from our partner organizations, as well as links on what is happening in the Social Protection landscape in response...
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Ellen Bates-Jefferys, Pace Phillips
July 29, 2021
An estimated 835 million people worldwide experience intimate partner violence (IPV) in their relationships. However, the true extent of IPV prevalence remains debated because—although IPV statistics are staggeringly high in some regions—many...
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Luciana Debenedetti, Jeffrey Mosenkis, Rachel Strohm
July 29, 2021
In this newest installment of our RECOVR Roundup series, we are sharing new findings and analysis from the RECOVR Research Hub and from our partner organizations, as well as links on what is happening in the Social Protection landscape in response...
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Sandra Rozo
July 21, 2021
In the data collection process, we learned important lessons that may help other researchers and practitioners collect data for vulnerable populations with trust issues.
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Luciana Debenedetti, Jeffrey Mosenkis, Rachel Strohm
July 15, 2021
In this newest installment of our RECOVR Roundup series, we are sharing new findings and analysis from the RECOVR Research Hub and from our partner organizations, as well as links on what is happening in the Social Protection landscape in response...
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Kate Glynn-Broderick, Liz Koechlein
July 07, 2021
In partnership with a2i, IPA has embarked on a multi-round monitoring survey to identify any challenges beneficiaries may experience with the newly digitized government-to-person (G2P) payment system to help the government.
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Luciana Debenedetti, Jeffrey Mosenkis, Rachel Strohm
July 01, 2021
In this newest installment of our RECOVR Roundup series, we are sharing new findings and analysis from the RECOVR Research Hub and from our partner organizations, as well as links on what is happening in the Social Protection landscape in response...
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June 28, 2021
IPA worked with the Liberian Ministry of Education to prepare for education reform in the country by developing learning assessments to help the Ministry measure to what extent children are learning and how their new programs are working. Here Joe...
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Luciana Debenedetti, Jeffrey Mosenkis, Rachel Strohm
June 17, 2021
In this newest installment of our RECOVR Roundup series, we are sharing new findings and analysis from the RECOVR Research Hub and from our partner organizations, as well as links on what is happening in the Social Protection landscape in response...
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Luciana Debenedetti, Jeffrey Mosenkis, Rachel Strohm
June 03, 2021
In this newest installment of our RECOVR Roundup series, we are sharing new findings and analysis from the RECOVR Research Hub and from our partner organizations, as well as links on what is happening in the Social Protection landscape in response...
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Luciana Debenedetti, Jeffrey Mosenkis, Rachel Strohm
May 20, 2021
In this newest installment of our RECOVR Roundup series, we are sharing new findings and analysis from the RECOVR Research Hub and from our partner organizations, as well as links on what is happening in the Social Protection landscape in response...
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Luciana Debenedetti, Andreas Holzinger, Arthur Sagot-Duvauroux
May 19, 2021
IPA conducted the second round of the survey in Côte d’Ivoire from October 22nd to 30th, 2020, whereby the time the survey ended had logged 20,628 cases since the beginning of the pandemic. In Burkina Faso, the survey ran from October 15th-December...

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